Cherry blossom illuminated trees, moody atmospheric lighting and stunning traditional Chinese dishes presented immaculately… Could you get anymore Instagrammable? These three components will come together in the arrival of London’s hottest new restaurant opening, Tattu. 

Arriving on Denmark Place early next year, Tattu will be the fifth site of the independent restaurant group. The news of the restaurant’s arrival arrived earlier this year and marks the first of the group’s venues to land in the capital.

Tattu London will open its doors at Outnernet’s The Now Building, located in the heart of the city on Denmark Street, and will bring the traditional Chinese flavours and ingredients that the restaurant group has become famed for. As well as its stunning interiors. 

The new 220-cover site will boast panoramic views overlooking the city, from its position on The Now Building’s rooftop and terrace – providing a brand new space for after-work drinks, date nights and birthday celebrations. Joyce Wang and her award-winning luxury interior design practice, Joyce Wang Studio, has taken the interiors under her wing, fusing the brand’s unique ethos with meaningful design. In other words, we can expect a whole lot of cherry blossoms to erupt into London’s restaurant scene. We hope you’ve got your phone ready to snap up the interiors immediately…

The restaurant, with sites in Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham and most recently Edinburgh, will feature a stunning menu carefully curated by executive chef Andrew Lassetter. The menu is yet to be released, but we’re expecting the likes of sticky beef short rib with soy, chilli and crispy shallots; chilli crusted tofu kohlrabi, coriander and chilli soy; aromatic duck spring rolls with cherry hoisin; and braised lamb steamed buns with a chilli oyster sauce, to be making their way to London. As well as larger dishes including Chinese barbeque chicken; duck egg and Chinese sauce fried rice; fillet steak and caramel soy, to feature.

And let’s not forget that Outernet is also brand new! It’ll feature a new 2,000 capacity live events venue, alongside independent bars and restaurants. Richard Metcalfe, Group COO of Outernet Global, said: “The vision for Outernet is to boldly embrace the creative expression of Denmark Street and its rich history of culture, art and music.

“We wanted to provide a platform to celebrate leading independent brands that share that sense of expression and individuality. Tattu encapsulates this completely.”

Tattu’s official opening date is yet to be announced but we already cannot wait to add the restaurant to our 2022 restaurant bucket list…

Tattu London will open it doors this Winter 

The Now Building Rooftop, Outernet, Denmark Place, WC2H 0LA

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